Interview with Susan Daniels - CEO of NDCS
by Viewtalk Current Affairs

The National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.

Viewtalk reporters Sannah and Lauren visited the Head Office in London and spoke to Susan about her role, the aims and history of the NDCS, what services they provide, the current government, her biggest achievement and challenge, advice for people who want to get involved, her main influences and what would she do with one wish.

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  •  How did you get involved with the NDCS? Can you tell us about your role?
  •  Can you tell us about the NCS, its aim, how it was founded and the history?
  •  What services do the NDCS provide?
  • In your opionion, what area do you think the Government needs to focus on for this current generation of deaf children?
  •  What has been your biggest achievement?
  •  What has been your biggest challenge you have faced in your career?
  •  From your personal experience, what advice would you give to people who are interested in getting involved in this field of work?
  • Who/What are the main influences in your life?
  •  IF you had one wish, what would you like to see happen in this country?
  •  How do we contact you for more information?

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How did you get involved with the NDCS? Can...

Created: 8/17/10

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My job at the NDCS, is the Chief Executive. The organisation is responsible for all things like fundraising, finance, services for deaf children and their families, policy campaigns and internet work. I'm responsible for everything, and have to report to the board of trustees.

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